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Maybe here? https://github.com/Ultimaker/um-kernel
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Maker Faire NY "Real World 3D Printing" Panel w/ MatterHackers and Ultimaker
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If all you need is access to the camera than just use the below format for the IP of your machine and add:Your_machine_ip:8080/?action=snapshotorYour_machine_ip:8080/?action=streamYou can read all about the configuration of the UM3 with the 6-day thr...
It is a Kill A Watt Meter.
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Many people have used these feeders on Ultimakers. Here is one expert user, below, who used just the Bondtech drive gears. The instructions look pretty good, the only concern might be price?Neotko FatIRobertI Bondtech Feeder for UM2+ / UM3
You can see what Ultimaker uses in their Maintenance kit. Sewing Machine oil. Literally $4 at Walmart. Very light. Anything else will turn into a black dirty mess and harm the rods. Trust us, we are here to help you. Or take your chances with a $2500 machine. :PUltimaker 2+ Maintenance Kit
Right-click on the Cura icon in the finder and choose "show package contents". Under Resources | Plugins | Plugins there is a USBPrinting folder. I assume it is that.What printer do you have?
Are you saying your axis' are not square?